CEO of Dick Clark Productions
Allen Shapiro is CEO of Dick Clark Productions and Managing Partner of Mosaic Media Investment Partners. He was most recently a Founder and President of Mosaic Media Group & Chairman of TV Guide Network & TVGuide.com. Shapiro serves as Executive Producer on DCP’s flagship programming including the “American Music Awards,” “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest,” “Golden Globe Awards,” “Academy of Country Music Awards,” and “So You Think You Can Dance” in addition to overseeing the development, production and licensing of the company’s other high profile properties.
Mr. Shapiro is also currently the Managing Partner of Mosaic Media Investment Partners and was most recently the Founder and President of Mosaic Media Group. Mosaic Media was formed as a talent management company representing such artists as Will Ferrell, Jim Carrey, Green Day, and Alanis Morissette and as a production company producing such films as Get Smart and The Dark Knight. As President, Mr. Shapiro expanded Mosaic from an entertainment service business into an asset management company by investing in and controlling strategic media assets and continues to lead the company in his role as Managing Partner. In addition to DCP, Mosaic Media successfully bought and sold Hamstein Music Group, owner of the ZZ Topp and Clint Black Catalogues and Daksel Seldak Music, owner of the Aerosmith Catalogue. Mosaic Media Investment Partners recently acquired the TIME LIFE infomercial business, one of the most successful direct marketing operating companies.
As Chairman of TV Guide Network and TVGuide.com, Mr. Shapiro was responsible for steering TV Guide’s overall business strategy, while also overseeing its P&L operations and long-term growth. TV Guide Network and TVGuide.com are part of a joint venture of Lionsgate, the leading next generation studio, and One Equity Partners, the private equity group of JPMorgan Chase.
Prior to joining Mosaic, Mr. Shapiro served as President / CEO of The IndieProd Company, where he arranged the sale of the Company to Carolco Pictures Inc. While at IndieProd, the company produced numerous films and television shows including Universal Soldier, Air America, Roxanne, L.A. Story, Footloose and All That Jazz.
In 1983, Mr. Shapiro joined, and subsequently became a partner at, the law firm Gipson Hoffman & Pancione. The firm represented numerous entertainment clients including Robert Redford, Sean Connery, and Miramax. Shapiro also headed the music practice of the prestigious Kaplan, Livingston, Goodwin, Berkowitz & Selvin firm and specialized in music and entertainment law in private practice.
Mr. Shapiro’s professional career began in his hometown of Chicago, IL in the Office of the General Counsel at Playboy Enterprises, Inc.
Mr. Shapiro resides in Los Angeles CA.
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Michael Mahan is the President of dick clark productions and a Partner of Mosaic Media Investment Partners. Mr. Mahan brings a wealth of experience to this position from his previous post as President of the TV Guide Network and tvguide.com as well as co-owner of Direct Holdings Global, a leading direct response company and the exclusive licensee of the Time Life brand for use on television. Mahan led the transformation of the TV Guide Network from a guidance-focused utility network to a full-screen entertainment destination available in 81 million homes. Prior to TV Guide, Mahan was a board member and head of corporate strategy for dick clark productions.
Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer for dick clark productions
Amy Thurlow is the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer for dick clark productions. Thurlow most recently served as Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Sales Strategy for TV Guide Network, a CBS/Lionsgate partnership, based in New York and Los Angeles. She played an integral role in selling 50% of the company to CBS. Earlier in Thurlow’s career, she joined NBC Universal and held several positions in various divisions of the company, including Corporate Finance, Corporate Development & Strategy, CNBC and TV & Film Distribution. She began her career at the General Electric Corporation. Thurlow earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Boston College and her MBA from New York University.
Executive Vice President of Television for Dick Clark Productions
As EVP of Television for dick clark productions, Barry Adelman has earned fourteen Emmy nominations for producing and writing. He has written for Presidents Clinton, Bush and Reagan, including Reagan’s New Year’s Address to the Nation. He also holds the unique honor of having written the eulogy at Elvis Presley’s funeral.
Executive Vice President of Programming for Dick Clark Productions
Michael Antinoro is EVP of Programming for dick clark productions. His vast experience includes a tenure at ESPN where he served as the Executive Producer of ESPN Original Entertainment (EOE) as well as the Executive Producer for NBA Entertainment and as EVP of Entertainment and Marketing at Six Flags, Inc.
In his role as EVP of Programming at Dick Clark Productions, Antinoro has been responsible for producing programs such as “The American Giving Awards” and “The NFL Awards” on NBC and “Deadly Sins” on Discovery ID.
Executive Vice President of Programming and Development for Dick Clark Productions
Mark Bracco is EVP of Programming and Development for dick clark productions. Bracco oversees programming and development for the company that includes such perennial hits as the “American Music Awards,” “Billboard Music Awards,” “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest” and a variety of other projects at various stages of production.
In August 2006, Mr. Bracco relocated from New York to Los Angeles with his wife, Jamie, and their three children, Kyle, Mary and Erin. Mr. Bracco has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Hofstra University.
Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer for Dick Clark Productions
Greg Economou joined dick clark productions as EVP and Chief Revenue Officer in August of 2013. In his role at dcp, Economou will be responsible for the overall revenue generation strategy and execution for all dick clark productions’ shows and assets, including the American Music Awards, the Academy of Country Music Awards, the Billboard Music Awards, the Golden Globe Awards, New Year’s Rockin Eve, as well as several other events and television properties. Economou will also help other Guggenheim Media sister properties, Billboard Magazine and the Los Angeles Dodgers, in their efforts to secure corporate partnership and advertising revenue as part of integrated and comprehensive partnership deals.
Prior to joining The Madison Square Garden Company, he was the executive vice president and chief marketing officer at Bobcats Sports and Entertainment where he managed all business operations for the NBA team and arena, leading the organization to unprecedented levels of success. Economou also served as senior vice president, marketing and communications for the National Basketball Association, working directly for Commissioner David Stern and Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver on all league-related branding, marketing, and communications efforts.
Before joining the NBA, Economou was the managing director & CEO of BRANDTHINK, a leading sports and entertainment marketing and management firm, where he worked across the sports landscape on a variety on high-level brand, digital, and revenue performance initiatives. Prior to BRANDTHINK, he served as senior vice president of brand marketing for the SFX Sports Group, as part of their massive roll up of sports and entertainment agencies. Earlier in his career, he was partner & chief operating officer of SME Branding, the leading brand consulting firm in the sports industry, working with hundreds of blue-chip sports properties throughout the 1990s.
Economou is married to Betsy (Given) Economou and has three sons, Rip – 14, Luke – 12, and AJ – 9. He and his family live in Pacific Palisades, CA.
Executive Vice President of Business Operations and General Counsel for Dick Clark Productions
Michael Kohn is the Executive Vice President of Business Operations and General Counsel at dick clark productions. Over his 20 years in the entertainment business, he has held network, film and tv production company positions. At DCP, in addition to business and legal affairs, he oversees human resources, clearance and archives.
Michael started his career as a general business litigator at Paul Hastings in Los Angeles. In 1992, he segued to an in-house position at Sony Pictures Entertainment’s litigation department. His transition out of litigation came in 1996, when he moved to SPE’s television arm, Columbia Tri-Star Television.
Michael attended Franklin and Marshall College and Boston University School of Law. He resides in Malibu with his wife and three children.
Executive Vice President International Distribution for Dick Clark Productions
Previous to his appointment as EVP International Distribution at dick clark productions, Mark was partnered with Mark Victor Productions in developing Paranormal Media, a holding company creating content for all media in the paranormal space. Mark had previously taken a transitional operational role as Chief Operating Officer at Radical Studios. Radical IP is the basis of two feature films to date: "Oblivion" with Tom Cruise, released in April 2013, has already generated over $290 million in worldwide box office; "Hercules: The Thracian Wars" with Dwayne Johnson (The Rock) at MGM with Brett Ratner directing, began principal photography in June.
Prior to that, Mr. Rafalowski served as Senior Vice President at Dick Clark Productions Inc., He was involved with positioning the company for a merger or acquisition. He was a consultant to Mosaic and Caisse de Depot in the ultimate acquisition of the company. He founded and was CEO of TradeWinds Television, a television production and distribution company which, produced and distributed “Bounty Hunters,” and distributed the award-winning children’s series “Ghostwriter” with Children’s Television Workshop, the Peabody Award-winning cable series “Mystery Science Theater 3000” and the BBC produced “Madison’s Adventures,” as well as various theatrical movie packages. With MST3K and previously at Western, Mark pioneered the syndication of cable series to broadcast TV.
Mr. Rafalowski formed a joint venture with Western International Media, subsequently joining the company as SVP of Development and Sales. He also founded and operated Ascot Syndication Group, a television syndication company partnered with Joe Wolf.
In addition, Mr. Rafalowski has consulted independently and with the Sucherman Consulting Group for various media entities including Viacom Networks, GE, Vertical Media Holdings, Jules Haimovitz, Mosaic, Caisse de Depot, Anderson Merchandisers, ARTISTdirect, Musicplex, and Dick Clark Productions Inc. As a consultant, he has been involved in all aspects of operations and strategy including mergers and acquisitions.